Have you heard about The Homegoods Market? It’s my small home decor boutique that specializes in small batch, handmade items picked by me, Kaycee, and the Roost+Restore team. When I launched Roost+Restore to help folks decorate their homes with resourceful DIY decor, I never imagined that I would own an online home decor boutique and get to go treasure hunting for a job! God is good, y’all!
This week, The Homegoods Market launched a collection that is near and dear to my heart. Y’all know I pride myself on resourceful home decor, and the Let’s Go Pickin’ Collection features unique, one of a kind, antique pieces that have been handpicked by the R+R Team.
When I was newly married, we didn’t have a lot of money, but I had access to a lot of wood, antiques, and a willingness to make my home cozy. Antiquing and going pickin’ allowed me to customize decor in my own home at a fraction of the cost. I loved finding pieces that had already lived a full life, weathered with stories over the ages, but still had room to write new memories in a new space.
These days, the R+R team and I, can be found piling into a car on the weekend, driving the backroads of Kentucky looking for rustic wood spindles, weathered buckets, or any other antique item that we think would be a great addition to a coffee table, curio cabinet, or even a DIY project.
The other week I found an old painted wood toolbox at a garage sale that I knew I could restore into a beautiful piece. With a little DIY magic and elbow grease, I was pleased as punch with the results! I even offered it up in the store for someone to grab––and it went fast!
The Homegoods Market has a soft spot for all things “loved”. What that means is, that while we will have a supply of new handmade products we source from small businesses across the country, we will continually be adding unique, hand picked items we find buried inside and outside of barns to our store.
Visit thehomegoodsmarket.com today and grab your own unique, hand picked decor to fit your home before it sells out.
Nicoleat 2:58 PM
That sounds like so much fun!! What a great job you have, Kaylee. Lived tho wooden toolbox. No wonder it went quickly ?
Nicoleat 2:59 PM
Sorry… Kaycee… Autocorrect ?